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Government Publishing Office U.S. Congress House of Representatives Congressional Committee CHINA'S CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM Date(s) Held: 2002-07-26 107th Congress, 2nd Session GPO Document Source: CHRG-107hhrg81559 Related Items: U.S. Code: 42 U.S.C. 1983
Topics: 107th, House
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by Lowell, A. Lawrence
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"The Judicial Use of Torture. Part I" is an article from Harvard Law Review, Volume 11 . View more articles from Harvard Law Review . View this article on JSTOR . View this article's JSTOR metadata . You may also retrieve all of this items metadata in JSON at the following URL: https://archive.org/metadata/jstor-1321315
Source: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/1321315
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by John H. Langbein
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Paper comparing European torture law of the 13th-18thC and American 20thC Plea Bargaining by Yale Law Professor John H. Langbein (then from University of Chicago) 1978 Abstract: In this essay I shall address the modem American system of plea bargaining from a perspective that must appear bizarre, although I hope to persuade you that it is illuminating.  I am going to contrast plea bargaining with the medieval European law of torture.  My thesis is that there are remarkable parallels in...
Topics: Plea Bargain, Plea Bargaining, Torture, Coerced Confession, Forced Confession
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by US Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
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Declassified executive summary of the US Senate Select Intelligence Committee's 6,000 page report on indefinite detention and torture policies of the Central Intelligence Agency and its contractors under the George H. Bush regime.
Topics: Torture, Central Intelligence Agency, Human Rights abuse, indefinite detention, CIA, Republican...